On Wednesday, right-wing talk show host Michael Savage spoke with Donald Trump, whom he repeatedly begged to run for president rather than, as he always does, float the idea of a presidential candidacy and ultimately decide against running.
When Savage asked him about his opinion on Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming address to Congress, Trump complained that Jewish Americans — who overwhelmingly backed Obama’s re-election — are too supportive of President Obama.
“I have many Jewish friends that support Obama and I say, ‘why?’ and they can’t explain why. They support him, they give him money, they give him campaign contributions,” Trump said. “This is the worst enemy of Israel.”
Savage added: “How could Jewish people give money to this man who may as well be working for the Muslim Brotherhood in terms of Israel?”
Trump also offered a preview to his foreign policy agenda as president, claiming that the U.S. should “attack ISIS every place but Syria,” letting them take over the country. “And after they win, we knock the hell out of them.”